Always wanted to be an astronaut, but never quite made it to space? A new site can at least make you feel like you went.
Glittering Blue is a beautiful, simple website that shows 24 hours of observations of Earth from the Japanese weather satellite Himawari-8 like you’ve never seen before.
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It’s in stunning high-definition and gives a glimpse at what you might see if you were stationed 22,300 miles above the equator.
Loyd says that “Himawari-8 has the best sensor of its kind in space today” and that it’s how Earth “really looks” over 24 hours… except sped up.
Sit back, relax, and watch from above.